“Recycled Percussion” Closes at The Linq, Moving to Planet Hollywood

“Recycled Percussion” performed its last show at The Linq (formerly The Quad, formerly Imperial Palace) on Dec. 25, 2014, after more than 500 shows.

The show announced it will reopen in the Saxe Theater at Planet Hollywood’s Miracle Mile Shops in March, 2015.

There’s no word yet about what show might take the place of “Recycled Percussion” at The Linq.

Recycled Percussion
In a dramatic opening, the cast of “Recycled Percussion” plays while suspended high over the stage.

“Recycled Percussion” was a mainstay of the solid line-up at The Linq hotel, along with Jeff Civillico’s “Comedy in Action” and Frank Marino’s “Divas Las Vegas.”

“Recycled Percussion” is a surprisingly entertaining show, especially given it features one thing, drumming on a variety of “junk.” (The music has been called “junk rock.”) The performers manage to keep things interesting by presenting a variety of vignettes, and the show is billed as “interactive” because audience members get to drum along with pots and pans.

It’s great the four performers will have a new home for this raucous Las Vegas show.